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Explain the major causes of the Russian Revolution of 1917 It took ?three centuries to build? the Russian Government, ?and three days for it to vanish. Although the Russian monarchy was toppled, the regime was untouched. There were years of tension that lead to the Russian Revolution. Some were long term causes and some were immediate causes. The causes include the oppression of Serfs, the agricultural economy, strikes and riots, the losses of World War I, the failures of imperialism, and Bloody Sunday. The stubborn autocracy of the Czars made it impossible for any change. Sadly, the only way for everlasting reform to be brought to Russia was the shedding of blood.

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